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Will travel 25 miles

$60 per hour.

4.96 67 ratings

Two of the major obstacles that students face are self-confidence and self-motivation. Having a private tutor is the best way to overcome these hurdles. Personalized one-on-one interaction encourages students to perform at their highest level. They receive the extra practice they need to become confident in the skills they possess and develop the adaptability to put those skills to work in any scenario. Experiencing personal growth in these areas is the first step to gaining self-confidence. ... [more]

Hello! My name is Paul. If you have a child that needs help, or if you are just trying to excel on your own at math, look no further! I graduated from the University of South Florida with a degree in Civil Engineering. I am very good at developing strategies and explaining math. I have helped tutor hundreds of students with math related problems. I've just about seen the entire spectrum of obstacles students face and I am good at helping them to overcome their difficulties. I have good sessio... [more]

I am a National Merit winner (perfect score) and a former Princeton Review Premier Tutor and Master Trainer (that means I taught teachers how to teach). Tired of boring lectures and one size fits none approaches? Then I am your solution! I tailor lessons to my students' needs in a fun and engaging way. I like to have fun during my sessions, so I try to incorporate all sorts of pop culture references to make certain that the concepts stick. Whether you are a low scoring student or an Ivy leag... [more]

Will travel 25 miles

$35 per hour.

4.73 127 ratings

I have tutored multiple students in Probability. One student went from an F to a B on her next exam after receiving my help. My current Master's program at USF also has covered this topic. I currently am a Middle School Math Teacher in the Public School System. I hold a B.A. from Brandeis University in Massachusetts and a Masters of Arts in Teaching from the University of South Florida for Mathematics. At 13 I first took the SAT and received a 770 in Math. Four years later I took the SAT again and received a perfect 800 in Math. At the age of 14 I took the SAT II Math IC and received a 79 [more]

Will travel 25 miles

$62 per hour.

4.93 500 ratings

Hello everyone! My name is Dan, and I really enjoy tutoring. Please keep reading to see if I can help you. Here's what I offer: - One-stop tutoring for the SAT and ACT. I can tutor all subjects on both major "college bound" tests. No need for different tutors for different subjects! - Comprehensive tutoring for the GRE and GMAT. I can work with graduate school applicants on both the math and verbal portions of the respective entrance exams; - Individually tailored lessons. I do not ha... [more]

Will travel 0 miles

$75 per hour.

4.93 209 ratings

I enjoy sharing my knowledge while helping others overcome academical challenges. I am very patient and I tutor through constant interaction and real life examples. I had won over 30 national and international mathematics competitions. I have a professional yet warm presence and attitude.... [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$65 per hour.

4.83 169 ratings

Probability is such a neat subject. How many times does someone say 'what are the chances...'? Well this is how you know, for real, what the chances are. In addition the understanding of odds puts a bright light on betting and understanding how that works. It doesn't matter that you don't bet it's fun and interesting to know how odds are calculated. I'm the Math teacher you always wanted to have. My degree is a Bachelors of Secondary Education and I have been certified to teach Mathematics. I have successfully taught Pre-Algebra, Algebra I and II, Geometry, Precalc., and Physics. Although [more]

The probability of an event is a measure of the chance that the event occurs; namely the relative possibility that an event will occur, as expressed by the ratio of the number of actual occurrences to the total number of possible occurrences. This instruction provides an elementary introduction to probability with applications. I?ve learned about probability in various places including; on the job training (OJT) at Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory, Six Sigma training in Fortune Five aerospace, and collegiate Thermodynamics/ Solid State Physics instruction. Quantifying such a complex a [more]

I have taught probability at Junior Colleges, 'career' colleges and community colleges. I have taken graduate courses in probability and statistics. My approach is very practical and I use examples that the students are very familiar with - especially related to their major or their course of study. I present the processes using a step-by-step method that the student writes down in their notes with many examples. Hello All: I am Jim, also known as "Jim The Math Guy" or "King Tutor." I have over 30 years in the field of math education and have taught at places as diverse as prison and pa [more]

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